Isigny Sur Mer

Positioned at the bottom of the Bay of Veys, in the department of Calvados, Isigny sur Mer is an important milk production area, known for its AOC butter and cream, as well as its cheeses (Mimolette, Pont-l'Évêque, Camembert, Trésor d'Isigny, etc.) made by the Isigny Sainte Mère co-operative. Since the second half of the 20th century, oysters have been extensively cultivated nearby in the Bay of Veys.

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